Hello from WinHEC


Hello from WinHEC!  The XPS team is continuing the Windows 7 roll out of new XPS features at WinHEC 2008 this week.  Since our initial presentation of XPS printing (then called the “NextGen Print Path”) at WinHEC 2004, partner support of XPS in printing workflows has made incredible progress.  For a quick view of some of the XPS printing solutions available today, check out the XPS Technology Showcase.

At this year’s event, we are focusing on the new XPS Rasterization Service for XPSDrv print drivers and infrastructure enhancements to the XPS Print Path. Through both technical sessions and demonstrations at the Expo Hall, we are presenting the details of these new features to the hardware development community and showing the capabilities of these features in live code.  Check out the WinHEC site for more information on our XPS printing sessions: CON-T572 XPS Printer Driver Development in Windows 7 and CON-C650 XPS Rasterization and XPSDrv Performance in Windows 7!



Comments (6)

  1. Justin says:

    Seems that my URL is chopped up. See my blog at http://tinyurl.com/6ra9v8

  2. Anonymuos says:

    Will the native XPS API be available downlevel on Vista clients?

  3. Anonymuos says:

    Such sad losers you are XPS team, after applying all the possible updates to my system (XP Media Center Edition, then SP3, then .NET 3.5 SP1, then Windows Live, the updated XPS Essentials Pack (having Digital signature of october 2008) again fails to install on XP SP3 Media Center. I haven’t seen bigger losers than you. Can’t get a simple installer right and get rid of this bug altogether.

  4. ray says:

    a shame some people spend time patching XP when they could be enjoying win 7 already. luv microsoft and win 7

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